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Dress Your Space
Even the home design novice knows that beautiful décor is all in the details. But while we tend to expect difficulties settling on the perfect shade of paint, we often assume we’ll have no trouble dressing our finished space. After all, isn’t shopping for wall décor and accessories supposed to be the fun part?
While shopping can be fun, filling your child’s walls with amazing, one-of-a-kind art and décor might be harder than you think, especially if you’re working with a tight budget.
Struggling... to pull your little girl’s room together? Try thinking outside of the box. There’s a whole world of creative ideas beyond the pretty picture frame and standard gallery. Why not buy a vibrant tapestry to mount on the wall, or better yet, make your own textile wall hanging? Running short on cash? Go to town with some paper punch art, or create a 3D wall display using colorful cardstock flowers of fans. The options are practically endless!Continue to 2 of 24 below.
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Honeycomb Accent Wall
This stunning 3D honeycomb accent wall, created by the talented Ms. Mandi at Vintage Revival, is an absolute knockout! The bright citrusy colors and bold geometric pattern deliver the perfect one-two punch. Still standing? The Ombre paint job will finish you off!Continue to 5 of 24 below.
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Paper Flower Wall Décor
Sweet and feminine, these beautiful 3D paper flowers pop right off the wall in this elegant lavender and turquoise girl’s room.
Love this look? Create your own beautiful 3D wall art with this detailed tutorial.Continue to 6 of 24 below.
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3D Butterfly Wall
A cloud of colorful 3D paper butterflies brings life and movement to this fresh and playful gallery wall. To create your own, pick up some attractive cardstock and a butterfly-shaped paper punch. After you punch your butterflies out, fold the wings slightly outward and fasten your creation to the wall using double-sided foam tape.Continue to 7 of 24 below.
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Washi Wall Art
Bring life to plain white walls with this unbelievable easy décor hack! Simply cut uniform strips of colorful washi tape and arrange on the wall like decals. Gorgeous!
Wondering what else you can do with Washi? Check out these 10 Creative Washi Tape Décor Ideas!Continue to 10 of 24 below.
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Pretty Pom-Pom Wall Hanging
Add color and texture to your little one’s space with these fun and easy wall art project. Simply string colorful yarn pom-poms from a rustic branch. Not sure how to make your own pom-poms? This easy tutorial has you covered!Continue to 11 of 24 below.
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Rustic Branch Wall Art
Bring the great outdoors indoors with a beautiful wall hanging inspired by nature! Rustic textures meet a cheery splash of Ombre color, giving this simple idea plenty of style points. Prefer a different shape? Go for it! Use a large piece of paper or cardboard as a template and cut (or break) your branches to fit. Easy!Continue to 13 of 24 below.
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This colorful wall art couldn’t be more simple or inexpensive to make! Use embroidery hoops to frame scraps of your favorite fabrics. Trim the edges, add pretty stitching, buttons, or other embellishments, and hang your handiwork up in small collections.Continue to 14 of 24 below.
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Simple Silhouette Tree Mural
A simple silhouette mural adds a touch of whimsy to this bright and refreshing bedroom, giving the space a sweet, girlish appeal without being overly childish. Not much of an artist? Don’t worry! Painting your own silhouette mural is easy than it looks. See how it’s done with this photo tutorial.Continue to 15 of 24 below.
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Peg Board Pin Up Wall
Pretty and practical, this pegboard pin-up station pulls double duty as desk organization and charming feature wall. Colorful clipboards, sprayed to match the wall’s decorative accessories, make excellent impromptu frames for drawings and other treasures, and a useful storage basket provides a place for favorite books or magazines.Continue to 16 of 24 below.
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Chalkboard Gallery Wall
Create a one-of-a-kind gallery wall using chalkboard paint and permanent chalk paint pens!
Once you’ve drawn your frames, let your daughter fill them with her own regular-chalk drawings, which can be erased and drawn again and again. You can even use double sided tape to display photos and drawings!
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Dream Catcher Wall Display
A collection of beautiful, handmade dream-catchers suspended from a rustic branch makes for a dreamy, Shabby Chic wall display, boasting color, texture, and even geometric appeal.
Smitten? Make your own beautiful dream-catchers with this detailed tutorial.
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Paper Fan Art
Need to make a statement on a budget? Create a stunning 3D wall display using only paper! These beautiful paper fans are easy to make and arrange and cost only as much as the paper card stock used to make them. Just follow the step-by-step directions in this beautiful photo tutorial.Continue to 20 of 24 below.
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Mini-Masterpiece Gallery Wall
Thrifted picture frames, painted in a single unifying shade, make for a lovely gallery wall art display for your little miss to display her favorite creations. Simply string a length of wire across the back of each frame, and use miniature clothes pins to attach new artwork whenever the mood strikes!Continue to 21 of 24 below.
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Bright and Beautiful Tassel Garland
This simple garland adds a burst of beautiful sherbet color to this adorable, dessert-inspired girl’s room. The rich yarn tassels are easy to and inexpensive to make, and the entire project can be pulled together in a single afternoon!
Ready to get your DIY on? Learn how to make your own colorful tassels with this fun tutorial.Continue to 22 of 24 below.
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Star Shower Wall Hanging
This heart-stopping wall hanging featuring simple clay stars made from salt dough would be a beautiful addition to any little girl’s room.
Use this simple clay recipe and a cookie cutter to create the stars. (Don’t forget to poke a hole at the top of each one!) Once your clay stars are set and dry, use leather cord to string them from a rustic wooden branch. For more details and photos, read the full tutorial.
Star Shower Wall Hanging from This Heart of MineContinue to 23 of 24 below.
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Love the idea of a hand-painted mural but lack the talent and patience? Try a panoramic wallpaper print, like this beautifully Boho take of a floral field.
Can’t afford an expensive wallpaper treatment? Try creating your own beautiful accent wall with this easy DIY tutorial for making your own removable wallpaper from inexpensive fabric prints.Continue to 24 of 24 below.
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